Kingston Law School
Kingston Law School has been an established and growing centre of law teaching for 40 years. Our wide range of law degrees gives an excellent start for a career in law and in many other legal aspects of business as well as many other careers; in a friendly, productive and supportive law school.
We offer a range of undergraduate and postgraduate courses across a variety of legal fields. Our range of courses caters for students looking to undertake a qualifying law degree, enhance skills within a certain legal field or study law as part of a combination with another subject. Additionally we also have an established Law PhD programme with dedicated facilities, lifelong learning opportunities and continuous professional development. Many of our courses are recognised by professional bodies, illustrating their quality and relevance in today's world.
We have close links with many local and national law firms who sponsor various activities. Several members of the judiciary, together with leading legal practitioners, act as visiting professors, fellows and visitors to the School, enabling students to integrate into the wider legal community. The full-time staff include many legal scholars whose research and publications place them in the forefront of legal learning and whose legal teaching has led to an award of National Teaching Fellow.
Courses & Teaching
Our range of undergraduate and postgraduate courses is designed in collaboration with industry and is accredited by the appropriate professional and statutory bodies to ensure they are relevant to today's world.
Kingston Law School Courses
We offer a wide range of undergraduate and postgraduate law courses to cater for people at all stages in their career. Whether you are looking to qualify as a lawyer, study law alongside a related subject, or if you wish to study a particular area of law in depth.
Our range of undergraduate courses are designed to give you the flexibility to study law regardless of you future career progressions within the field. Studying law gives you a broad range of academic skills so whether you are looking for a course that qualifies you as a lawyer, or if you wish to study law and transfer the skills into other career paths then we have courses to suit you.
View our range of Undergraduate Courses
We offer a diverse range of postgraduate law courses, either at a general level or across numerous specialist areas of law such as dispute resolution and employment law. So whether you are already within the legal profession and looking to specialise, or outside the profession and wanting to gain a greater understanding of the legal aspects involved in a certain area then we have courses to achieve that.
View our range of Postgraduate Courses
Why choose us
The combination of academics and expert practitioners at the University gives Kingston a uniquely dynamic environment in which to further your studies and your career.
Our taught courses are designed to equip you with the skills to support your future career aspirations or enhance your current career prospects. Each module is structured to ensure a stimulating and balanced programme of study and includes lectures, tutorials and seminars as well as interactive classroom sessions and study-led group projects
Many of our committed and enthusiastic staff are active in professional practice as well as being leading academics. In addition, the Faculty has a growing number of thriving research centres, with an increasing number of our staff actively engaged in research.
Innovative new courses
We are constantly adding new courses to our portfolio, the latest of which combine specialist subject areas from across the Faculty. They are designed to offer cross-over expertise, enabling you to widen your knowledge and experience, and giving you flexibility in your career prospects.
Flexible study options
The Faculty takes a student-centred approach to learning. Postgraduate courses are designed to allow maximum flexibility by offering you part-time options and the opportunity to complement and reinforce your study with learning in the workplace. The study commitment varies depending on which course you take, with many of our courses available for part-time evening or afternoon/evenng study, and some on an open-learning weekend attendance basis.
Our attractive, landscaped campus is situated just outside the large town centre of Kingston upon Thames and is only 25 minutes by train into central London. Historic Richmond Park, Kew Gardens, Hampton Court Palace and the Surrey countryside are nearby, while Heathrow and Gatwick airports are easily accessible by rail or road, and London's Eurostar offers a fast rail link to Europe.
Excellent facilities and resources
The University has made significant investments in modern equipment and facilities to make your learning environment as up to date and effective as possible. Each of our campuses has a Learning Resources Centre (LRC) on site, offering you access to a total of 425,000 books, 2,200 printed and 45,000 electronic journals, as well as study areas with clusters of PCs and a wireless network for laptop use.
You will also have access to StudySpace, our online learning tool designed to give you the flexibility to choose where and when you study.
How to apply
Students with disabilities
The University welcomes applications from students with disabilities and is working towards improving access, facilities and services. If you think you may require individual support or adaptations to facilities, our Disability advisor can give you information on what is available
Faculty staff visit international education fairs, where you can talk to them about our courses and programmes. For details of the fairs and to find out what Kingston University has to offer international students, visit our
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Faculty of Business & Law
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Kingston upon Thames
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